Master of International Business in Hotel, Resort & Wellness Management

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Master of International Business MIB in Hotel Management at Swiss Hotel Management School
Master of International Business MIB in Hotel Management in Switzerland
Master of International Business MIB in Hotel Management

Master of International Business in Hotel, Resort & Wellness Management

This industry-accredited Master degree provides students with an intensive semester of practicing managerial and leadership skills required by the industry for tomorrow’s executives. Theory modules guide the students towards a deep understanding of the fundamentals of classic business theory and the critical thinking skills needed to question, re-design and find solutions.

Responding to the relevant drivers of change in today’s market, students analyse opportunities and threats and develop strategies pertaining to the global industry workforce, consumer behaviour, financial decision making and marketing. Equipped with sound business principles, students then design their own Food & Beverage business, social and MICE events and wellness-related promotional activities.

Through its wide range of real-life outlets, covering both Food & Beverage and Wellness, the SHMS Leysin campus provides unique opportunities to practice the much-coveted managerial skills and leadership styles.

Discover two of our recent Concept Labs run by MIB2 students, as part of the Resort, Restaurant and Spa Operations (Labs) module

Semester 1 (5 months) – Leysin campus

Internship (4-6 months)

Hotel, Resort and Wellness Management

Paid internship in Switzerland or
worldwide internship (local conditions apply)

Master of International Business in Hotel, Resort and Wellness Management

Year 1

Hotel, Resort & Wellness Management

Semester 1

  • Resort Management
  • Swiss Hospitality Excellence
  • Strategies for Leadership
  • Managing Cultural Diversity
  • Consumer Intelligence & Value Creation
  • Hospitality Sales & Marketing
  • Sustainability Business Models
  • Global Hospitality Trends
  • Financial Decision Making
  • Resort, Restaurant and Spa Operations (Labs)
  • Business Design for Hotels, Resorts and Wellness
  • Language (level elective)

 

Internship (4-6 months)

  • Practical Experience
    • The professional internship is intended to provide a learning opportunity for students to apply their knowledge and skills acquired in school to a professional context; to understand what skills are transferable to new contexts; to identify and understand the practices and protocols of the particular company in the food & beverage and restaurant industry; to successfully reflect on the quality of the contribution they have made to the organization; and to refine and reassess their own career goals as a result of the experience.

      Paid internship in a hotel or restaurant in Switzerland or worldwide

      Minimum monthly gross salary in Switzerland: CHF 2,212.‒

Final Award
Master of International Business in Hotel, Resort and Wellness Management

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